Tag Archives: God

The Curiosity Index (13.06.2018)

How breastfeeding changed my view of God Rebecca McLaughlin reflecting on Isaiah 49:15 gives an important insight into God, that no man could give. God’s love for us is no Hallmark sentiment. This image is not primarily a celebration of our newborn cuteness: “God could

The Curiosity Index (16.02.2018)

Michio Kaku believes in God, if not that God If I was to make a prediction about religion in the West it would be the continued retreat of Christianity, but also a rise in deism. Michio Kaku would be a good example of a new

Devotional: A trustworthy father

Every good thing given and every perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of lights, with whom there is no variation or shifting shadow. James 1:17 One of the things that I’ve learnt as a mother is the importance of being consistent.

Devotional: Everlasting Arms

There is no one like the God of Jeshrurun Who rides the heavens to your help, And through the skies in His majesty. The eternal God is a dwelling place, And underneath are the everlasting arms; Deut 33:26-27 Whatever happens in the year ahead, God

3 ways to know what God is like

This is a question that crops up every now and then. How is God knowable and how do we know that God is like this and not like that. Historically the Christian faith has given three main ways of answering that question. Through what has

The masculine and feminine God

When it comes to discussing gender and faith where should you start? Well, the nature of God would seem to be a good place, although even here it is contended ground. On the egalitarian side is the statement: God is spirit. So Claire Jones in an

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The Curiosity Index (03.03.2015)

Here’s a good question to open up with: Do you like God? Three important bits of marriage advice and how a marriage counsellor can tell if you’re heading for divorce Randy Alcorn answers the question on should Christians use credit cards and has some good simple rules if

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Leave none alive

I recently had a conversation with a friend about one of the big apologetic questions: God’s involvement in what would seem, to modern eyes and ears, to be genocide. I followed up the conversation by collecting some blog resources that addressed the issue and thought they